Ramazan Abdulatipov

Ramazan Gadzhimuradovich Abdulatipov (Avar: Рамазан ГІабдулатІипов, Russian: Рамазан Гаджимурадович Абдулатипов;) (born 4 August 1946, in the Tlyaratinsky District of the Dagestan Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic)[1]is a Dagestan politician and professor of Avar heritage. He served as Head of the Republic of Dagestan from 28 January 2013 until his resignation effective 3 October 2017.[2]

Ramazan Abdulatipov
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4th Head of the Republic of Dagestan
In office
8 September 2013 – 3 October 2017
PresidentVladimir Putin
Preceded byMagomedsalam Magomedov
Succeeded byVladimir Vasilyev
Minister of National Policy
In office
25 September 1998 – 25 May 1999
PremierYevgeny Primakov
Sergei Stepashin
Preceded byEstablished
Succeeded byabolished
Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council of Russia
In office
14 January 1994 – 15 January 1996
Preceded byNone–post established
Succeeded byValeryan Viktorov
Personal details
Ramazan Gadzhimuradovich Abdulatipov

(1946-08-04) 4 August 1946 (age 74)
Gebguda, Tlyaratinsky District, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Political partyCommunist Party of the Soviet Union (until 1991)
Party of Russian Unity and Accord
United Russia
Spouse(s)Inna Abdulatipova
Alma materDagestan State University
OccupationCivil servant, statesman
AwardsOrden of Friendship.png, Orden for Service IV.png Order of Alexander Nevsky 2010 ribbon.svg Orden of Honour.png AZ Dostlug Order ribbon-2.png Ribbon Medal 850 Moscow.png За заслуги перед Республикой Дагестан 2.png

From 1990–1993 he was Chairman of the Council of Nationalities, a chamber of the Supreme Soviet of the Russian SFSR. In 1991 he was a candidate for Vice President of Russia. During the September–October crisis of 1993, he condemned president Yeltsin's decree dissolving the Congress of People's Deputies of Russia, and was one of the members of the Supreme Soviet delegation in talks with the pro-presidential side.

From May 2005 to 6 March 2009, Abdulatipov served as Ambassador of Russia to Tajikistan.[1]

From 20 December 2018 - Special Representative of the Russian Federation to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.[3]



Author of numerous books and articles published mainly in Russian language.


  1. ^ a b Абдулатипов Рамазан Гаджимурадович (in Russian). Information-Analytical Portal "Heritage". Archived from the original on 2013-04-17. Retrieved 2008-07-20.
  2. ^ Fuller, Liz (2017-09-29). "Daghestan's Abdulatipov Resigns, Finally". Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.
  3. ^ Decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 739 of December 20, 2014

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Political offices
Preceded by
Magomedsalam Magomedov
Head of the Republic of Dagestan
Succeeded by
Vladimir Vasilyev